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Roots & All Playlist - December 19, 2017

Dec 22, 2017

FIVE AND TEN CENT BLUES – ANDY COHEN – ROAD BE KIND

SPREAD THE NEWS AROUND - BROWNIE MCGHEE & SONNY TERRY – LIVE AT THE 2ND FRET

STAVIN' CHAIN - KATIE LEE - THE BEST OF KATIE LEE - RECORDED LIVE AT THE TROUBADOUR

LIQUID PAIN PROCRASTINATION - KENNA MAE - COVERING OUR TRACKS

COUNTRY GIRL BLUES - JUDY RODERICK – WOMAN BLUE

LAST TIME I SAW LASZLO - JOHN SHAIN & JOE NEWBERRY – CROW THE DAWN

Kevin Joe / CDFW

  Red abalone across the North Coast are clinging to life on the rocky reefs.  They are starving and dying in alarming numbers. In response, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife closed the 2018 recreational abalone fishery from the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco to the Oregon border. Environmental scientist Cynthia Catton is working with a team of scientists on solutions.  

Carleton E. Watkins, River View, Cathedral Rock, Yosemite, 1861. [J. Paul Getty Museum]

Visiting America's National Parks could get tougher in 2018 if the Trump administration's policy to increase park fees is approved.  The policy cuts into the foundation of American Conservation. Writer and historian Tyler Green explores the history of national parks and the implications of such a policy. 

Stress and the cannabis permitting process

Dec 20, 2017

HOW ARE YOU COPING WITH STRESS AND THE CANNABIS PERMITTING PROCESS? That's the topic of the next Cannabis Hour, Thursday, Dec. 28, at 9 a.m. on KZYX. Nursery owner Ron Edwards and cultivator Corinne Powell will join host Jane Futcher and social worker and Flow Kana VP Amanda Reiman to share strategies for dealing with the feelings and forces creating stress in the cannabis community and beyond. Are the regulations providing the viable pathway to legalization promised by the county and state? Please join us and call in with your stresses and/or strategies at 707 895-2448 at 9:40 a.m.

Interview With Amanda Reiman

Dec 20, 2017

Dec 20, 2017 -- The emergency state regulations for cannabis are set to go into effect in January, 2018. As part of our exploration of various analyses of this subject, we're sharing two versions of an interview with Amanda Reiman, who helped draft Prop 64. The excerpted version aired on December 20, but because Reiman went into so much detail, we're including a lightly edited, longer version here on the web.  

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